Brazilian punk rock band Backdrop Falls has joined forces with 10 record labels across the world to release their new record “There’s no such place as home” in CD digipack and K7 format.
‘There’s No Such Place As Home,’the somewhat nihilistic title sets the mood for what’s coming lyric-wise when you first listen to this record. Backdrop Falls’ debut comes with an interesting approach and unloads some anxiety-driven choruses through nine aggressive yet melodic punk rock tunes. Their first full-length, feature an energetic kind of punk rock sound combined with heartfelt reflexive lyrics that persistently question one’s role in modern society.
The new record is already available in digital format through Electric Funeral Records and will be released by several labels during the second week of October. Labels involved in the K7 distribution are Electric Funeral Records (Brazil) and Dinamite Records (USA).
Labels involved in the cd digipack distribution are: Electric Funeral Records (Brazil), Geenger Records (Croatia), Duff Records (Italy), 20 Chords Records (Spain), Infected Records (Portugal), Bomber Music (UK), Razor Records (Argentina), Audioslam (Chile), Mevzu Records (Turkey) and Dinamite Records (USA).
To support the album release, Backdrop Falls announce the launching of a new music video from the track “My Own Remains” in the end of August.
With its atmosphere inspired by classic ‘50s/’60s horror movies, the video was made in collaboration with artist Raoni Volker (Hug Your Chaos), who was responsible for designing the artwork of the album “There’s no such place as home”. Volker’s gothic-like artwork sets the mood for Collyer’s delusional thoughts, following the same black & white kind of environment that the band has been adopting for the first set of music videos. The whole plot of the video was developed as a background to the song’s lyrics, which are a reflection about being able to focus, pick up the pieces once left behind and start over despite the difficulties that may appear along the way.
Watch the teaser of “My Own Remains” bellow: